Hello Bhukkads

We are glad that you are here and thank you for stopping by on Pachauri’s kitchen Recipes – a blog which has pure vegetarian recipes, mostly Indian but some world cuisine as well.

Most of the recipes are in step by step pictorial guide. They are easy to understand and relate too. Some recipes have short videos with the stepwise photo guide.

Who Am I

I am Deepak Pachauri. I am a business man indulged in manufacturing business. I am a food lover and loves cooking since my childhood. From making tea and simple breakfast at the age of 9 years to learning to make all my favourite vegetarian dishes I have come a long way. I made this blog to share my cooking experiences and 1000+ Indian vegetarian dishes which I have learnt so far and still learning. Food makes me very happy rather I should say it makes all of us happy. Cooking is one art that is deeply instilled in me.

About The Recipes

We have 1000+ vegetarian recipes which we are going to share in this blog and it will be one of the largest collection of pure Indian vegetarian recipes which have been tried and tested and presented with step by step photos.

The recipes are also shared with many tips and suggestions so that it is easier for anyone to make them easily.

Many of our blog fans, readers and patrons love our recipes. We are also grateful to our readers for giving us blessings, positive vibes and good wishes. Some of our popular recipes are:

Masala Dosa

Idli Recipes



Chana masala


Ginger tea

Kadhai paneer

Shahi paneer

Paneer butter masala

Daal baati

Punjabi kadhi

Matar Paneer

Veg Masala Maggi

Veg dum biryani

Kashmiri kofta

Healthy gym workout recipes

Stuff capsicum

Malai Kofta

Veg Snacks

All the recipes are tried and tested in our kitchen first and then only shared on the blog. I keep the homemaker in mind and make the recipes. So that it is easy and one does not have to hunt around for ingredients – specifically ingredients which are not easily available in India.

The recipes shared are taken from our families, relatives, friends. Some recipes are adapted from my home kitchen a few from cookbooks. I have been making these recipes on my own for many years.

Some recipes are the ones which I have created and developed. Whenever I adapt a recipe from any cookbook or website, I always give its reference.

If the recipe is of my wife or mother-in-law or mother or of any friend then that is also mentioned in the post.

Our Food Motto

We always prefer home cooked food whether it is making a simple Pizza or a loaf of bread. We believe in cooking with fresh ingredients that are easily available.

We avoid using heavily processed food or junk food. As a result we have sound health in our family. We do not fall ill or spend any money on the doctors. Eat healthy and stay healthy is our motto.

On the blog you will find many healthy recipes made with whole grains and cereals. Even in many of my baking recipes, I have used healthy ingredients wherever possible.

Even before I started to blog, I would buy organic and this habit has stayed even today. All our grocery stuff is organic produce from grains to sugar and flours.

We even purchase organic vegetables and fruits. I cannot get all the vegetables & fruits organic in India. But I do buy whatever we can. Hence you will see fewer gourmet fruits or imported vegetables recipes on the blog.

We buy local vegetables and fruits to ensure that this supports the farmers of our country.

We also make sure to share some regional recipes made from rare ingredients or veggies which are not very popular or well known. We have tried to share at least one recipe of such an ingredient.

This is not only good for farmers but for us also as most of these ingredients are healthy.

Indian Food

Indian food is diverse as well as vast. There is so much variety that we bet one cannot find such a massive variety in any country. From simple everyday recipes to complex recipes, from a basic dal to a rich biryani, from a light meal to a full thali meal.

There are thousands of varieties of food that one gets in India. Not to forget the sweets and desserts too. Yet another Indian culinary delight is the Indian street food.

The recipes are also markedly different pertaining to the different regions. The North Indian food is different than the South Indian food. Then there is the Rajasthani, Gujarati, Maharashtrian, Goan food – which forms the western belt and the central belt – the Bihari, agarwal, Awadhi and Lucknowi cuisine which is again very different.

In between there are Parsi, East Indian, Sindhi and Iranian flavors too. Not to forget the North Eastern states as well as Kashmiri cuisine. So welcome to the land of Indian food.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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